Dynamic Range -- what it is, what it's good for, and how much you 'need'

Started Oct 17, 2011 | Discussions thread
Camp Freddy
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Tried a few handheld manual route in post!
In reply to John Mason, Oct 19, 2011

I tried a few handeld combinations and always found it took ages or there was a slight skew or rotation or focus or atmospheric - it was a bit of frustration-reward when it worked but the one I chose here from handheld was not really worth it. ( below)

Thanks to Hodo for the comment:

I use the humble E450 so I realise it is going to be noisy and blow highlights so I actually like the challenge of living within my means so to speak. Same as in film days, although I found the OM's very liberating in size and functionality.

Plenty of dark evenings now and I will try an HDR plug in over manual.

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